Check Into Cash Launches #CheckIntoPink Campaign For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Check Into Cash Launches #CheckIntoPink Campaign For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Check Into Cash, a national leader in alternative financial services, launches its #CheckIntoPink social campaign today to help spread knowledge about breast cancer. This is the third year in a row that Check Into Cash has participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise support for women’s health. The campaign, which will run throughout October, will lead the audience to CheckIntoCash.com/GoPink, an informational page featuring tips and other educational resources.

“We are proud to join the global community in supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” said Check Into Cash President Steve Scoggins. “By going pink and actively sharing information, we hope to help people understand the importance of breast cancer prevention and annual screenings.”

The #CheckIntoPink campaign uses social media, email, and mobile app channels to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month and encourage others to show their support by going pink. The focal point of the campaign is the Go Pink informational webpage with helpful links and resources about getting involved and learning more. Visitors are encouraged to share the campaign resources on social media to help spread awareness.

“We encourage businesses and individuals alike to join us by going pink in support of breast cancer awareness,” said Scoggins. “When we educate ourselves about breast cancer and share our knowledge with others, we move one step closer to a cure.”

To learn more about Check Into Cash and the services they offer, visit CheckIntoCash.com. For information about breast cancer risk, prevention, and treatment, visit CheckIntoCash.com/GoPink and NationalBreastCancer.org.

 

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